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    Accelerated Master of Public Administration

    The accelerated MPA is a fast-paced, full-time option for students eager to jumpstart their public service careers. Each August, a cohort of students is admitted into this 12-month program to...

    The accelerated MPA is a fast-paced, full-time option for students eager to jumpstart their public service careers. Each August, a cohort of students is admitted into this 12-month program to foster a community of scholar-practitioners.

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    2 Years

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    Accelerated Master of Public Administration

    School of Public Affairs

    The accelerated MPA is a fast-paced, full-time option for students eager to jumpstart their public service careers. Each August, a cohort of students is admitted into this 12-month program to foster a community of scholar-practitioners.

    Program Benefits

    Competitive Program Cost

    Tuition is a flat rate of $25,000 plus approx. $2,200 of student fees, regardless of residency status, providing major savings compared to our peer programs ranked in the Top 30 in the U.S.

    Scholarships Available

    In addition to our competitive program cost, the School of Public Affairs is excited to offer merit scholarships to those with high academic achievements.

    Location in the Heart of Denver

    Our Downtown Denver location is on the doorstep of government and nonprofit organizations, with stunning views of the Rocky Mountains. Take advantage of the best that this vibrant city and the stunning mountains have to offer!

    In-Person Cohort

    The program is offered fully in person, in a cohort model. Each year’s cohort of students complete all coursework together and participate in customized activities targeted to your interests. Form lifelong connections with your classmates!

    Real-World Applied Project

    You’ll gain practical experience through your capstone project, which is a client-based research project synthesizing all the competencies you’ll gain throughout the program.

    NASPAA Accreditation

    The CU Denver School of Public Affair’ Master of Public Administration program is accredited by NASPAA, the global standard in public service education.

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    American Indian Studies Undergraduate Certificate

    A certificate in American Indian Studies acknowledges students who have made a significant effort to learn about American Indian cultures. It is designed to appeal to undergraduate students with a...

    A certificate in American Indian Studies acknowledges students who have made a significant effort to learn about American Indian cultures. It is designed to appeal to undergraduate students with a background in any major. The certificate is also targeted to non-degree seeking professionals who seek to increase their skill sets.

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    College of Liberal Arts and SciencesOn campus

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Anthropology Minor

    Completing a minor in anthropology will give you an excellent introduction to the field. You will be exposed to the basic concepts of the field-for example, evolution, adaptation and cultural...

    Completing a minor in anthropology will give you an excellent introduction to the field. You will be exposed to the basic concepts of the field-for example, evolution, adaptation and cultural diversity-and will have an opportunity to take advanced courses with some of our internationally known faculty. The logic of the minor is straightforward: all students must complete a core of introductory and core theory courses, followed by a small number of upper division electives.

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    College of Liberal Arts and SciencesOn campus

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    Applied Statistics Undergraduate Certificate

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    College of Liberal Arts and SciencesOn campus

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Art History Minor

    Thearthistoryminor familiarizes students with the principal traditions ofarthistoryand includes a selection of lecture courses in advanced studies.This program provides a strong introduction to historical developments while developing analytical skills in...

    Thearthistoryminor familiarizes students with the principal traditions ofarthistoryand includes a selection of lecture courses in advanced studies.This program provides a strong introduction to historical developments while developing analytical skills in research, writingand visual culture.

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    3-4 semesters

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    Minor

    Astrophysics Minor

    Astrophysics is an important and well-represented sub discipline in physics. It includes the study of the solar system, galactic and extragalactic astrophysics, as well as cosmology. A minor in this...

    Astrophysics is an important and well-represented sub discipline in physics. It includes the study of the solar system, galactic and extragalactic astrophysics, as well as cosmology. A minor in this field combines a theoretical approach with observational analysis. There is opportunity to do research in this field as well. The physics department offers minors in physics, biophysics, and astrophysics. However, it is not possible to receive a minor in more than one of these fields. Also, physics majors may elect to receive the astrophysics or biophysics minor from the department, but not the physics minor.

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    College of Liberal Arts and SciencesOn campus

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    BA in Education and Human Development

    CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development can help you turn your passion for teaching and school leadership into professional success. You may be starting college for the first...

    CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development can help you turn your passion for teaching and school leadership into professional success. You may be starting college for the first time, transferring from another institution, or returning to the university setting after years away. Regardless, you will always find a learning community in the undergraduate teacher education program.

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    BA(Bachelor's)

    BA in Education and Human Development

    School of Education & Human Development

    CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development can help you turn your passion for teaching and school leadership into professional success. You may be starting college for the first time, transferring from another institution, or returning to the university setting after years away. Regardless, you will always find a learning community in the undergraduate teacher education program.

    Program Benefits

    A Reputation That Opens Doors

    This award-winning program’s high standards and well-prepared graduates are renowned throughout the state and beyond. In fact, our school is among the top education schools according to U.S. News and World Report.

    Intensive Real-World Experiences Create Opportunities

    Our internships and residency programs far exceed accreditation requirements. You’ll learn best practices from dedicated teachers, school administrators and award-winning faculty in residency programs perfected and proven over more than 30 years of ongoing work with partner schools. Deep preparation and community connections help our graduates stand out. Our alumni are recognized as among the most prepared in the nation to support the learning of students from diverse linguistic, cultural and economic backgrounds and students who are differently abled.

    BA to MA Program

    Toward the end of your program, you may opt to apply to our BA to MA program which will allow you to apply nine credits of your BA program to an MA.

    NxtGEN: Get Paid While You Learn to Teach

    This one-of-a-kind program is designed to prepare CU Denver teacher education students to become the ‘next generation’ of highly effective critical urban educators. During the first three years, you’ll participate in three paid (@$12/ hour), year-long, part-time para-professional internships.

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    BA in Philosophy to MH in Humanities, Philosophy and Theory

    The 4+1 accelerated Master’s program in Philosophy is an expedited program of study that allows students to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a Master’s degree in Humanities in...

    The 4+1 accelerated Master’s program in Philosophy is an expedited program of study that allows students to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a Master’s degree in Humanities in as few as 5 years.

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    5 years

    College of Liberal Arts and SciencesOn campus

    BAMH(Bachelor'sMaster's)

    BA/BS Integrated Studies

    Integrates previously completed coursework to design a unique on-campus or online major. Students combine two course clusters, either from within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or from within...

    Integrates previously completed coursework to design a unique on-campus or online major. Students combine two course clusters, either from within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or from within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and a different school or college.

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    4 years

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    College of Liberal Arts and SciencesOn campus

    BABS(Bachelor's)

    BA/BS Integrated Studies

    College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

    Integrates previously completed coursework to design a unique on-campus or online major. Students combine two course clusters, either from within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or from within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and a different school or college.

    Program Benefits

    Flexibility

    The program is designed to eliminate barriers that prevent students from timely completion of their degrees.

    Convenience

    The program can accommodate the needs of any student, whether they are full-time, part-time, physically on campus, or online.

    Comprehensive Curriculum

    The courses introduce students to new interdisciplinary ideas, methodologies, and competencies and allow them to acquire diverse skills to thrive in various industries.

    Location

    Being situated in the Denver region provides students with easy access to a wide range of jobs in the industries relevant to the degree.

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    Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology

    Offers undergraduates a rich overview of human life and introduces a variety of skills and practical research methods. Students learn to apply these skills in laboratory and field studies focused...

    Offers undergraduates a rich overview of human life and introduces a variety of skills and practical research methods. Students learn to apply these skills in laboratory and field studies focused on the problems and circ*mstances related to the maintenance of healthy, productive human action in the world today and understanding our past.

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    4 years

    College of Liberal Arts and SciencesOn campus

    BA(Bachelor's)

    Develops skills in writing, speaking, interpersonal relationships, critical thinking, analysis, and teamwork, increasing students' ability to communicate clearly and effectively for a variety of communication or business career paths.

    Develops skills in writing, speaking, interpersonal relationships, critical thinking, analysis, and teamwork, increasing students' ability to communicate clearly and effectively for a variety of communication or business career paths.

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    College of Liberal Arts and SciencesFully Online

    BA(Bachelor's)

    Bachelor of Arts in Communication

    Produces culturally sensitive leaders who use a flexible, timely, and in-demand skill set to create effective, engaging, and ethical communication that inspires positive change in workplaces and communities. Communication opens...

    Produces culturally sensitive leaders who use a flexible, timely, and in-demand skill set to create effective, engaging, and ethical communication that inspires positive change in workplaces and communities. Communication opens doors in many fields, including advertising, business, international relations, education, public service, government and politics, health care, and public relations.

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    4 years

    College of Liberal Arts and SciencesOn campus

    BA(Bachelor's)

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